Real Madrid are open to bringing back Javier Hernandez

Javier Hernandez spent a loan season performing with Real Madrid as he joined the Spanish club on September 1st of 2014 and Hernandez was able to score 7 goals in 23 appearances which isn’t a very impressive record and even though Real Madrid had the chance to sign Hernandez on a permanent deal, they did not opt to do it as Javier Hernandez simply did not impress enough and he eventually made his return to Manchester United.

The 28 year old Mexican striker is now performing with Bayer Leverkusen after having he was signed with a transfer fee of £7.3 million and so far it has been money well spent as Javier Hernandez has made a huge impact with Leverkusen after scoring 17 goals in his debut season which was more goals than anyone else in the club.
Finishing as the top goal-scorer in your debut season in a new club is something extremely impressive and this has attracted the attention of the head chiefs of Real Madrid as a board member of the Santiago Bernabeu, Santiago Aguado said:

"Chicharito did not fully succeed at Real Madrid but players need time to adapt, at Madrid you cannot do it overnight. He had a chance to go to Bayer and is doing very well there."

When Santiago Aguado was asked about the possibility of seeing Javier Hernandez making a return to Real Madrid, the board member of the club replied by saying that they would like to have the Mexican attacker back, especially now that he has been scoring goals at a consistent basis with Bayer Leverkusen.

Javier Hernandez has recently talked about the news and reports that have been linking him with a possible return to Real Madrid and the Mexican attacker stated that at this current time, he has not received any offers or had any contact with any of the head chiefs of his former club but that right now, he is only focusing on performing well with Bayer Leverkusen.